Browsing through new music rarely makes me want to hear a full length album nearly as much as this track from Last Dinosaurs has. This Australian group has combined everything about music (and something from every band) that I’ve been obsessed with for the last year or so. They combine the harmonies of Local Natives, the ironically dancy guitar lines of Two Door Cinema Club and the undeniable catchiness of Young the Giant. Literally the best track I’ve heard in a while and a definite early frontrunner for Song of the Summer.
I think it can be a gamble attaching yourself to the OFWGKTA boys. For whatever reason, people look past their talent and go straight for the content. On the other hand, the 12 year old girls of the world can get all prepubescent to Justin Bieber and no one raises so much as an eye brow? Are you serious? Peep this video. It’s pretty on par with the Odd Future video series. Glad Frank’s putting his talents in the spotlight for a change.
Where did this dude come from? Is he real? How did he get this way and why is his music so good? If you thought listening to this track would give you answers, you’ll find yourself with more questions than you had to begin with.
I wake up every morning and thank Jesus for bringing Dawes to the masses. I was a little worried about the new Dawes material, with Middle Brother having just put out their debut, but man. Have you heard this opening track? It’s unreal.
The Naked and Famous - Young Blood (White Sea Remix)
Listening to remixes of bands that already sound remixed is a mixed bag of emotions for me. However, this particular jam gave me goose pimples. All up and down my back and stuff. I also have a huge crush on the chick in this band. But let’s be honest, what hipster chick isn’t even a little hot?
Chiddy Bang - When You’ve Got Music (Feat. The Knocks)
Peanut Butter and Swelly hits the tubes real soon and there’s no better way to celebrate than previewing a few of the tracks! Here’s the latest mixtape snippet featuring a sample from The Knocks. It’s official.